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Updated on May 23, 2016

Television:

Television is one of the most popular inventions; everyone can have access to this set. As a result, you can find at least one television in every house. The coming of this set has caused a radical change in the existence of human kind. It is undeniable that television has so many advantages, but it has also some drawbacks.

Television is a great source of education and entertainment. As for education, it provides us with educating programs and films. Besides, it helps us keep track of what is happening around the globe by providing us with daily news. People see what happens in very remote places while sitting in their living-rooms. As for the entertaining role of television, it provides us with films, songs, plays ...etc. If we get bored with a specific channel, all we have to do is a click on the remote controller to zap to another one. Television gives us a variety of channels and programs which we can enjoy in our free time.

In spite of all these merits, television has a negative impact on humans. First of all, it can harm our eyes and brains if we spend too much time sitting in front of it. Besides, television is time-consuming; it keeps children from doing their school duties and adults from spending time with their kids and sometimes from going to work. Moreover, television reduces the amount of communication between family members. Additionally, some television programs are violent and may have a negative impact on our children who normally try to imitate what they see on the screen.

To sum up, the importance of television can’t be denied. However, we can’t deny also the harm it can do us. So, the only solution left is to try to use this invention wisely. Besides, we have to control the programs our children watch and guide them to watch beneficial content.

Youth crime

The rise of crime among young people is an urgent problem in many cities that needs to be addressed. However, in order to find a solution, it is first of all necessary to understand the causes that have led to this social issue. In this article, I first of all examine the reasons for the rise in youth crime, and then I suggest how this problem may be resolved.

Perhaps the principal cause of this rise in youth crime is the increased use of drugs and alcohol among young people. Many cities suffer from the phenomenon of binge drinking by teenagers who lose control under the influence of alcohol and commit crimes. For instance, it is a common sight on the streets of Britain to see fights breaking out outside pubs and clubs. Similarly, there is a clear connection between drug abuse among the young and crime. It is still unfortunately the case that young people frequently see drugs as cool and become addicted. It is a common occurrence for these addicts to resort to petty theft in order to pay for their habit.

There are a variety of possible ways of combating this problem. One possibility that is sometimes suggested is a much stricter system of penalties and punishments to deter young people from a life of crime. That might work, but it would also be sensible to improve the system of education so that young people are better informed about the dangers of drugs and alcohol. This should have the effect of dealing with the issues that cause youth crime in the first place.

In conclusion, alcohol and drug abuse are among the primary reasons for the rise in young offenders and if the authorities really want to put an end to this problem, they should educate the youths and sensitize them to the dangers of these two poisons, namely alcohol and drugs.

Pollution
Pollution is an issue of concern in the modern world that we live in today. There are many types of pollution, namely air, water and noise. Pollution in our environment will undoubtedly affect our quality of life. Our naturally beautiful world is becoming ugly because it is suffering from the effects of environmental pollution. Pollution can also cause various health problems and other negative effects.

Air pollution is caused by the emission of toxic gases from vehicles, factories and open burning. Nowadays, there are more and more vehicles on the road as society gets more affluent. More and more people strive to have a better quality of life by having the convenience of driving to their destinations instead of taking public transportation. Automobiles provides transport to millions people around the world to enable them to travel to their workplace, school and other places, therefore, the air around us is getting more polluted by the carbon dioxide that is emitted..

Another factor which contributes to polluting the air is the manufacturing factories. The manufacturing of products in factories to meet the growing demand of society is also causing air pollution. Factories release toxic gases to the environment. As a result, carbon dioxide is released into the environment.

Water pollution is also a problem that we are currently facing. The marine life is the first to suffer from water pollution as they depend on the nutrients in the water to survive. As a result, we are robbed of beautiful sea corals and unique species of fishes. Besides ruining our marine heritage, the disappearance of marine life will affect the livelihood of fishermen, not to mention our source of food. Water pollution is caused by harmful waste from industries, farms and sewerage systems which are dumped into our sources of water such as rivers and lakes. This irresponsible act contaminates our drinking water and can cause serious health problems and can even culminate in death.

Noise pollution is another form of pollution. Noise from heavy machinery and vehicles can cause hearing problems and in extreme cases, deafness. As there is growing number of vehicles on the road, we are exposed to noise pollution every day.

We must work together to reduce pollution so that the future generations can live in a healthy, unpolluted environment. As the saying goes, precaution is better than cure. Let’s work together to save our earth from danger and secure our future and that of the future generations.

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